Discussion of news topics with a point of view, including narratives by individuals regarding their own experiences

The Atlanta-area shootings that left eight people dead, including six Asian women, gave me a deeper realization of how much trauma I’d suppressed these last several months. Although my experience as a Tibetan woman is far different from Korean, Hmong, Cambodian, Indian and other Asian Americans, the fear is real.

I can’t walk outside without my pepper spray, and I constantly catch myself looking around my shoulder. I hope this comic can speak to Asian people living in the United States who don’t feel as represented in mainstream media.

From periods to powerlifting: Over 200 people told us what’s been mansplained to them

We asked our Instagram followers to share their most egregious examples of mansplaining

I got sober during the pandemic. What will happen when my friends meet this version of me?

When isolation began, I was still a boozy social butterfly

The link between intimate partner violence and mass shootings

Police believe domestic violence was ‘at the core’ of the Colorado Springs shooting